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The ICC Commission on Commercial Law and Practice (CLP) develops standard ICC contracts and ICC standard clauses that provide parties with a neutral framework for their contractual relationships. These contracts and clauses are carefully crafted by experts from the CLP Commission, without expressing prejudice against a particular legal system. An agreement to distribute industrial products between a supplier and a distributor. This contract is intended to be used in the supply of finished products, whether or not the supplier is the manufacturer of the product. Often (but not always) the products in question are intended for retail. Independents and their clients can work on 3 types of standard models. These were developed by the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration (in Dutch only): a framework for a joint venture between two parties with a view to creating a joint venture. This contract model is used when there are few variables or complications and the time spent on the joint venture is limited to a specified period of time. This joint venture model contract applies when the following conditions apply. If the JVC is more complex, use the Long Form JVC Contract. This contract model for international service delivery: It contains sections on services that must be provided on a given date and an alternative section on services provided on different dates or for different periods. Users should edit and delete sections that are not relevant as needed. This model contract is only a general framework and must be adapted to the circumstances of the alliance or cooperation in question.

Languages available: EN – EN – ES – PT An agreement whereby the customer wants the manufacturer to design, manufacture and deliver certain products that the customer wants to integrate into his own finished products or services. A non-exclusive contract gives models the ability to sign with as many agencies as they want, and perhaps find their own part-time agencies. This is more common for business models than high or editorial fashion models. You can`t get as many opportunities or as much advice with a non-exclusive agency as with an exclusive, but this type of contract offers models a lot of freedom.